October 23, 2017

Donner Guitalele Review First Look Video

Donner Guitalele Review Guitar Ukulele Package Spruce Mahogany Body

I own a bunch of ukeleles, cheap guitar pedals ( inexpensive), an acoustic guitar, and a few other products made by Donner so I was excited to get their Guitalele. The video demo is a direct recording of the guitalele with no eq or other FXs added so you can get an idea of what it sounds like. But first….

What is a Guitalele?

A guitalele is a unique mini 6-string nylon guitar that is sized like a baritone ukulele and plays like a guitar. Tunning is ADGCEA. If you play guitar, it’s like having a capo on the 5th fret.

Donner Guitalele Review – First Look Video

In Short:

The Donner Guitalele is a fun instrument to play, sounds good, and is well built. Comes with gig bag, strap, extra guitalele strings, digital clip-on tuner and polishing cloth as gifts.

Where To Buy:

You can buy The Donner Guitalele with a No Risk, 30 Days Unconditional Money Back Guarantee Backed Up By Donner’s Awesome Customer Support.

Get One Here


4 thoughts on “Donner Guitalele Review First Look Video

  • I’ve been playing guitar since I was a kid and I’ve never seen anything like this, but I like it. I like the sound and the look, plus the price on Amazon is not bad at all. I would personaly use this guitalele to practice so I’m going to get one for my 8 years old son for Christmas.

  • This guitalele is a really super little plunker! How does it stack up against the Yamaha GL1?

    Also, how closely are the strings spaced? With my chubby fingers, I sometimes find it a little more difficult to fret a ukulele than my acoustic guitar…damping notes that I do not want damped.

    I enjoyed the video and the introduction to the Donner Guitalele!


  • Hi Jim, I never played the Yamaha GL1 Guitalele so I can’t compare it to the Donner .The neck of the Donner Guitalele  is the same width as my full size acoustic and electric guitars. The spacing of the strings is about the same as a full size guitar but starting around the 7th fret. 

    Hope that helps, 


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